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Posts by Wellness Pet Supplies

Dec/Jan Free Lecture Series

Wellness Pet Supplies is offering a free December/January Lecture Series! Cancer & Pets: What, Why and Preventions See these events on our event calendar. December 14th 6:30-7:30 PM: Raw Food Roxanne Stone, Food Scientist December 17th 2:00 -3:00 PM: CBD Oil Dr. Judkins, DVM December 28th 6:30-7:30 PM: Essential Oils Arin Fugate

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Why Should We Avoid Feeding Our Dogs Grains?

A recent article in the New York Times about the potential hazards of grain-free dog food has pet owners on high alert. In her story dated July 24, 2018, Jan Hoffman reported that the FDA was investigating a correlation between grain-free diets and dilated cardiomyopathy (D.C.M.) typically seen primarily in large breeds with a genetic…

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The Many Roads to Cancer

(Sarcoma’s, Mast cell tumors, Lymphoma and Melanoma) By: Dr. Patricia Jordon Water, processed foods, second hand smoke, environmental factors and vaccinations all have contaminants or toxins that can lead to cancers in pets. As a pet owner, you can take steps to minimize the effects of these toxins on both yourself and your beloved pet.…

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Pet Food: Key Ingredients to Avoid

There was a time when high-quality, safe pet kibble was hard to come by. Thankfully some in the industry has caught up to current research about how to feed our beloved pets without the fillers and poisons once deemed essential. But how do you know what’s safe for your pet? Here’s a handy guide to…

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Nail Clip Day

Join us every first Sunday of the month NAIL CLIP DAY From 11 – 1 we’re offering nail clippings for $7.

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How Fire Smoke Effects our Pets

As irritating as smoke can be to people, it can cause health problems for animals as well. Smoke from wildfires and other large blazes affects pets, horses, livestock and wildlife. If you can see or feel the effects of smoke yourself, you also should take precautions to keep your animals – both pets and livestock…

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